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Aug 8, 2013 11:00pm EDT
. >> these days it's just another cardiac operation. >> reporter: like orlando, he sees a future using artificial and mechanical hearts. >> will we be able to grow hearts in a dish the way they just grew a hamburger in a dish? that's way in the future. >> reporter: an amazing story of a man who is all heart. >> i'm so proud of him and how hard he's worked to get to this point and he continues to work hard every day and take each day one at a time. >> and as time clicks away, so does orlando's heart. orlando leads a normal life. he works out, eats right, takes his medicine and checks in wh dr. casper. happily ever after, 30 years later. >>> an abc news exclusive tonight. one family's private anguish is making headlines around the globe. nearly 15 years ago a newborn was kidnapped from a chicago hospital and later returned. but now after months of investigation by abc news and 20/20, barbara waters reports the fbi has announced it's reopening the case of dna evidence showing it's the wrong baby. >> reporter: looking at old family photographs of paul is a strange experience because the baby in his b
ABC
Aug 23, 2013 11:00pm EDT
a multimillion dollar spice operation. they found chemicals used for spice which is synthetic maryland. they say the suspect used out of state vendors to get his ingredients. . . >> the first thing that comes in is whether there are dishlg additives. as fast as the legislature can make something illegal, they can change one thing and then you have a substance that is legal. >> the drug enforcement agency will have to determine if charges will be filed. we havemore information about synthetic drugs. you can head to the featured content section on our home page. >>> tomorrow, hundreds of people frobaltimore and thousands from the country will travel to the nation's capitol to remember the 50th anniversary of the march to washington. itwas during that rally that martin luther king, jr. gave his i have a dream speech. . >> truth be told, we're not there yet. we're going to go back and put in front of our country, let's continue to try to achieve the dream and vision of martin luther king. >> the anniversary of the speech is this wednesday. president obama will deliver a speech that night from t
ABC
Aug 25, 2013 11:00pm EDT
to see if the united states will use military force against syria. white house believes they usedchemical weapons against their people. a syrian official says united nations official will be given full access to the suspected attack but american officials say it's too late. and any evidence likely corrupted. secretary of defense check hagel says the president is weighing his options tonight. >> president obama asked the defense department to prepare options for all contingenceies and we have done that. >> u.n. ebb specifyingors hope to begin the probe tomorrow. -- inspectors hope to begin the probe tomorrow. >>> caught on camera from beijing china a 2 1/2-year-old girl fell into a hole at a construction site about 13 feet deep and it was too narrow for fire fighters to get through and they used a rope to lasso the child's body. she was then pulled up, sent to the hospital where doctors say she is going to be okay. way, way down there. >>> tonight a wild fire is devouring miles of woodlands and it's working its way closer to yosemite national park. larry jacobs has the latest on the fire t
ABC
Aug 7, 2013 11:00pm EDT
for the phone. in one incident they beat up a man and another they threatened to kill a woman. they used a pair of vehicles to drive around including a black toyota camry which could have been used in a recent string of 7-11 robberies in baltimore. >> we'll look at every lead. as part of, that if anyone has seen anything in their travels, if they've seen the two types of cars, the white chevy or black camry and believe they were occupied by multiple people, give us a call. >>reporter: they were reported stolen in the same morning of at tack. if you have any information that could help the detectives give police a call. >>> to an abc two news exclusive. the deadly surviv. brian mcdonough lost 19 brothers in june. he would have been with the other 19 that died in the fire but the captain made the decision that saved his life. he was put on look out assignment which spared his life but had to look on from the distance as his fellow firefighters were swallowed byte fire. after the fire swept over his team. he started to here phones ringing. >> i sunk. i was still with our vehicles in one of the bug
ABC
Aug 19, 2013 11:00pm EDT
begin egg the clear on this monday night. i think this is going to set us up for a nice start tomorrow morning. onething you'll unless tomorrow, temperatures today struggled to get out of the low to mid-70s, we're going to add about ten 10 degrees to that. watch outagain for the patchy morning fog. >>> baltimore police say they've arrested three teenagers for more than 20 cellphone robberies, detectives are still looking for more suspects. alot of those happened in [technical difficulties] prompting her to call a meeting with police and citizens. now,some in that meeting suggested that the criminals were cashing in those phones at a kiosk where you can get instant cash for a phone. baltimore police will not confirm that because the investigation is still on going but those kiosks are front and center of the investigation. they're called eco atm's. brian kuebler with how baltimore police are looking to ban this this company from charm city. >> reporter: iphones and androids, every six months or so there is a new phone promising the next big thing. we as kwon sumers are quick -- consu
ABC
Aug 21, 2013 11:00pm EDT
left us way too soon. his mom and dad want you to come to a playground to honor their son. i think you will after seeing this from preston mitchum. >> monkey bars, slides, what kid doesn't like a swing. >> he was always on the playground on his rope swing. ican remember him telling me dad swing me higher. >> the he is nathan baker. . >> he was very adventurous, and just so much fun to be around. >> reporter: a dad gets choked remembering a year ago. thefamily wanted to surprise nate with a trip to the family lake house. that's when times turned tragic. >> i went over to the water on the dock and looked down and dvent see him. i noticed that his life jacket and swim shoes were on the dock. >> reporter: this fun loving kid had drowned. the family vows not to drowned in sorrow but to uplift his name through their foundation building playgrounds. >> that's our slogan is to go out and be great. we want other people to do the same and give back to the community. . >> go out, be great this saturday >>> now let's go to pay to play. you spent the day online reading the rules of playing s
ABC
Aug 11, 2013 11:00pm EDT
, his health deteriorated, worse and worse all the time. >> an oncology nurse who used to work for the doctor complained about his practices back in 2010. she says she was very concerned about the way patients were receiving chemotherapy. the doctor's attorney says his client is innocent and that the feds have been duped by disgruntled employees. >>> funeral services held over the weekend for the two ung boys killed by a 100-pound python. nearly 1000 people attended the service in campbellton new bucks wick -- new brunswick for the boys. they were laid to rest together in a single blue casket. they were killed earlier this week by a large african rock python that escaped from a glass enclosure. the boys were at a sleepover when they were killed. their friend's father actually owns the exotic pet store housed below the apartment where they were staying. >>> a florida woman survived a close call this morning after a car slammed right into her home. she was sleeping in her bedroom when the car came barreling in. the woman remembers waking up against a closet. the family dog was s
ABC
Aug 22, 2013 11:00pm EDT
're available, they're not always used. remember, 12-year old michael of florida went into cardiac arrest just feet from his school's aed. >> we were out ranled when we found out -- outraged when we found out it wasn't used. >> reporter: claire considers lovers one of the lucky -- kers herself one of the lucky one. >> claire had just finished competing in a ballgame when she collapsed and turned blue. shecredits the school's aed with saving her life. >> michael's parents sued the school district and settled. the school he died at is now quipped with three aed's. sevenyears after michael's death, his parents remain on a mission. >> to stop this tragedy from happening to other families. . >> the michael epp have a heart foundation is donating aed's to schools in fla sfla. onerecently saved a teen. >> we saved a family from the grief. >> i genuinely believe that could have saved his life, yes. >> reporter: currently, about 2 million of these are scattered around the country, far below the 30 million experts say are need edneeded >>> head abc2news.com for more information about these devic
ABC
Aug 16, 2013 11:00pm EDT
to be a special education teacher. >> it continues to touch us all from time to time. >> reporter: it will benefit two scholarships. runners start at 8:30 in the morning. >>> your weekend is going to start off dry, but showers are on the way. when are we looking for that rain? >> i think sunday is probably the most likely time for us. we'll see clouds as early as tomorrow. as we zoom in a little bit, you can see temperatures dropping into the upper 50s to low 60s. this is what's brewing down south. large cluster of rain. this is tracking up the coast slowly, and we think it will begin to make its push in before the weekend. it's 80 tomorrow. we'll talk about how thing s will set up on sunday and next week coming up. >>> a cadet at the naval academy is facing child pornography charges. he posed as a girl on the internet. he pretended to be a young girl to talk with other juveniles online. they found at least 20 pictures of childre on his computer. >>> a former police officer is being arrested for running a prosecution ring. he took his 19-year-old wife across state lines to service clients. about 3
ABC
Aug 20, 2013 11:00pm EDT
. was that tremendous. you heard the baby's first cry that story will stay with us tonight. congrats to family and baby. >>> tonight we are worried about the class of 2014 -- what you should buy online and what to buy in person. we are saving you money. >>> 90 out there today, normally 85. we will get back to normal tomorrow and the weekend. the answer straight ahead. thinking of the. >> i was still thinking of the baby. >>> many of these days you can order your child's things online. we are warned about some things to not waist your money. >> amazon.com is a big player with college students in recent years. while this brings convenience there are some things you should by from amazon and some things you shouldn't. >> we are inside one of 40 amazon.com fulfillment centers in the country. a team finds your items in selfs and it travels to the facility and destined for your house. the site is running flash sales on everything from crayons to backpacks to electronics. >> you can look at the buy of the deal page -- some have a short time limit on them. >> among the deals is touch screen laptops which ar
ABC
Aug 18, 2013 11:00pm EDT
. for years he's carried on like all of us fascinated about how she lived and how she died. >>> find out yours truly the fissioner of a new york city police department went on your tv today and said pointers will be the one hurts from a judge's ruling. >>> to change the stop season. we're going to tell you how you can play a role. >>> and rain earlier today but we're dry now. it's going to get more active. and why it could arrive in an inopportune time. uh-oguess what day it is!is?? huh...anybody? julie! hey...guess what day it is?? ah come on, i know you can hear me. mike mike mike mike mike... what day is it mike? ha ha ha ha ha ha! leslie, guess what today is? it's hump day. whoot whoot! ronny, how happy are folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico? i'd say happier than a camel on wednesday. hump day!!! yay!! get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. >>> new york city officials are fighting for the stop and frisk ruling of a judge. the city is appealing. commissioner ray kelly says searches make the city safer. >> the stark reality is that vi
ABC
Aug 12, 2013 11:00pm EDT
they got more run around. and a company spokesperson told us they do their best to meet windows but it's tough in their busy season. and spokesman says those complaining a tiny fractions of thousands of orders they hand. >> you see the money coming in. question is where is that money going. >> reporter: a bounced paycheck. it this one recently from a sports 55 account for just $385. didn't clear. getting rejected by the bank. he claims his bosses would off a smaller amount of cash to get him flu, promises that sounded familiar as the ones given to customers. >> i'm very disappoint in the company. the owner of the company because i think they need to do right but they are joust far in the hole they don't know how to get out. >> reporter: abc 2 news. >>> we asked company spokes about the bounced check and his said his lawyer instructed not to comment. >>> muggy and rainy tomorrow. as we look in the possibility of storms moving in. chief meteorologist with us now. what can we expect? things changing already as we look out there this evening. a couple of showers just west of the state. clo
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